"Thomas Hallgren" <thhal(at)mailblocks(dot)com> writes:
> I'm using CVS HEAD in a windows environment. I'm trying to start the
> postmaster using "postmaster -c dynamic_library_path=C:/foo/bar". It starts
> just fine, then, when I ask it to load a module, an error is generating
> ERROR: component in parameter "dynamic_library_path" is not an absolute path
> I added a trace to find out what it thinks the path is. It prints "C".
> Obviously it treats ':' as a path separator somewhere.
Yeah. dynamic_library_path follows the universal Unix convention that
search path components are separated by ':'. Is there any equivalent
convention in Windows?
regards, tom lane
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